There are about 7,500 pharmacies in the United States that customize medications for patients, doctors and health care facilities. These compounding pharmacies take medicines from pharmaceuticals manufacturers and make them into specific dosages and strengths. They are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as drug ingredients are. Instead, oversight is left to state agencies. But a deadly outbreak of fungal meningitis traced back to an injectable steroid made at a specialty pharmacy in Massachusetts has raised questions about the safety of products that come from compounding pharmacies. The problem arises when these pharmacies split, repackage or mix ... Read More
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